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The week should remain mostly dry, but rain, and perhaps some snow, is likely during the weekend, according to the National Weather Service. Today's winds will give an added bite to the day, said Charlie Foley, weather service meteorologist. The
It's time to bundle up as the coldest weather of autumn arrives in Boston today and tomorrow, with the first snowflakes of the year possibly falling in some areas. An arctic front will be moving in, making snow showers possible in Eastern
But as the game progresses and the Sox contend with the Tampa Bay Rays showers will diminish. There could be some light sprinkles at the beginning of the game, but just enough to wet the ground said Charlie Foley, National Weather Service
Dry weather will continue through Sunday, as will sunny skies, according to the National Weather Service. Other than a few possible showers on Sunday, sunny days and cool nights will continue into early next week, said Charlie Foley, Weather Service
Thunderstorms and heavy rains could pound the region this afternoon, bringing flash floods but breaking around sundown. The storms could also bring a blessing, meteorologists say: dry, cool weather for the rest of the week. There could be some strong
Heavy rainfall is expected, with temperatures around 80 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. The air mass coming to the state has a lot of humidity, said Charlie Foley, weather service meteorologist. It makes you feel uncomfortable,
Off we go into Fourth of July week, when it seems like just about everybody is going on vacation...If the National Weather Service is right, vacationers' dreams of hot, sunny days at the beach for the next week or so will be just that: dreams.
As of midnight Friday, Boston Logan International Airport reported 9.87 inches of precipitation. After this morning's round of rain, the Hub received another .45 inches seizing the number three spot for wettest June, breaking the previous record of
The mercury topped 90 degrees late this morning in Boston after hitting 91 on Sunday, and things are only going to get hotter, meteorologist Charlie Foley said. Boston is set to reach 96 degrees today, with 97 degrees in store for Tuesday. The
Charlie Foley In 2004, a young boy found the body of something on the shore...The body had the features of a man, but it was not human. As a friend filmed, the body suddenly sprang to life. The boys fled, but footage from the incident survived.